Books read in 2022. Zero commute by train. When travelling, or moving, by car I find myself listening to podcasts and music rather than audiobooks. I was able to read 12 books. A lot less than in previous years.
As previously I’ll rate the books from one to three stars. Three of three (3/3) stars being what I thoroughly have enjoyed and would recommend to others who are into the topic of the book or enjoy a good read in general. Giving a book one star neither states the book is bad or I do not agree with it, rather it is something I personally did not enjoy too much.
The author explains to his son how money works. Written over 100 years ago. Fully applicable to today.
Why the title isn’t “Treibgut” (flotsam in German) is beyond me. Especially when reading it during evasive travels.
A struggling artist in Norway. Written over 100 years ago.
An introduction to youth live in the former DDR.
The rating could be off. I wasn’t too focussed on the book while reading and found myself moving pages without remembering what is in it. Should give this another go in the future.
Lots of short essays. Some “meh” some great.
The author travels along the escape route of her parents from what is now Poland to their home in Germany after the second world war.
Heard it is a book you should read in your thirties. Applied to me.
Action packed story on gold mining and speculation in Africa.
Novel on drugs and the FDA and everything in between.
A refresher on communist history from Lenin to the end of the USSR.
I knew nothing about the book when reading it. Luckily I did not even read the text on the back. Almost read this in one sitting. It’s great.